Meet Estefannie Explains it All

Reading Time: 14 minutes Recently listed as one of Instagram’s Top 7 Women in STEM, software engineer and content creator Estefannie talks to Alex Bate about electronics, her online community, and why she can’t stop giving away free tech in her Instagram Live streams. Coming from a software background, Estefannie had to learn electronics Based in Texas, Mexican-born Estefannie…… Continue reading Meet Estefannie Explains it All

How to run a script at start-up on a Raspberry Pi using crontab

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you need to run a script whenever your Raspberry Pi turns on? Here’s Estefannie to explain how to edit crontab to do exactly that. How to start a script at start-up on a Raspberry Pi // LEARN SOMETHING Do you want your Raspberry Pi to automatically run your code when it is connected to…… Continue reading How to run a script at start-up on a Raspberry Pi using crontab

Estefannie’s Jurassic Park goggles

Reading Time: 3 minutes When we invited Estefannie Explains It All to present at Coolest Projects International, she decided to make something cool with a Raspberry Pi to bring along. But being Estefannie, she didn’t just make something a little bit cool. She went ahead and made Raspberry Pi Zero-powered Jurassic Park goggles, or, as she calls them, the…… Continue reading Estefannie’s Jurassic Park goggles

The world’s first Raspberry Pi-powered Twitter-activated jelly bean-pooping unicorn

Reading Time: 3 minutes When eight-year-old Tru challenged the Kids Invent Stuff team to build a sparkly, pooping, rainbow unicorn electric vehicle, they did exactly that. And when Kids Invent Stuff, also known as Ruth and Shawn, got in contact with Estefannie Explains it All, their unicorn ended up getting an IoT upgrade…because obviously. You tweet and the Unicorn poops…… Continue reading The world’s first Raspberry Pi-powered Twitter-activated jelly bean-pooping unicorn

Community Profile: Estefannie Explains It All

Reading Time: 5 minutes This column is from The MagPi issue 59. You can download a PDF of the full issue for free, or subscribe to receive the print edition through your letterbox or the digital edition on your tablet. All proceeds from the print and digital editions help the Raspberry Pi Foundation achieve our charitable goals. “Hey, world!”…… Continue reading Community Profile: Estefannie Explains It All

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